Last Saturday I saw 20 Million Miles to Earth, one of those classics I hadn't seen, in a colorized version. (There are many sci-fi and camp classics I haven't seen and some I'll never see. I'm not a camp-expert manqué who needs to speak authoritatively on every flick in the genre.) William Hopper, aka Paul Drake, crashes his rocket in the sea near a Sicilian village.
I liked the colorization. The olive green army cars were especially attractive. William Hopper's hair was the color of ripe wheat.
Next I had dinner with Mary at the Café Luna, an appropriate choice since we were going to see Moon for the Misbegotten afterwards. So we did see Moon for the Misbegotten afterwards, as per our plan, at the Central Square Theater. We both enjoyed the performance and thought the acting was great.
Then it was about 11pm, and I was surprised to see the number of people standing in line for various restaurants. But I am usually not on the street that late. We saw some excellent costumes including a guy wearing a horse's head. He was smoking, and the cigarette would light up the head.